Ever since the ransomware leak and the auction sell, CD Projekt Red has been more than cautious on over the next move they’re going to make – and this includes dropping DMCA takedowns all across the internet. Since the ransomware hackers had since then posted the source codes at a Russian hacking site and had been verified by Gwent. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedowns have but put almost everywhere just to keep the source codes intact and unspread.
As the code had spread due to the fact that CD Projekt Red decided to not give in to the ransomware hackers desires, DMCA takedowns are the only law-abiding thing they currently have on their side that pushes the code to be kept only to themselves.
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